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CARDI Leadership Programme in Ageing Research: Leaflet

CARDI Involvement

15th September 2014, CARDI

The Centre for Ageing Research and Development in Ireland has announced the appointment of five post-doctoral Fellows in a £1million investment to develop future leaders in research on ageing and older people.

 The CARDI Fellows, four at Queen’s University Belfast and one at Trinity College Dublin, will carry out research over the next three years into ageing issues with the aim of improving the lives of older people across the island of Ireland.

Review of Elder Abuse Services 2013: HSE

2nd September 2014, HSE

The Health Service Executive, Republic of Ireland, recently published its 6th review of the HSE’s Elder Abuse Services for 2013.

In 2013, the HSE received 2,437 referrals of elder abuse to its service. This represented a marginal decline of 1% in referrals in 2012. However, this should be viewed in the context of a 30% increase in the number of referrals since 2008.

Read the report here. guide: Update 2014

CARDI Involvement

21st August 2014, CARDI

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CARDI has recently updated its website The update involved adding 19 new
surveys to the 2012 database bringing the total number of searchable surveys to 50.
The website provides an overview of selected datasets on ageing in Northern Ireland (NI)
and the Republic of Ireland (RoI). It is designed to be used by researchers who are engaged in
comparative research on ageing. Find out more at

Long-Term Economic Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Survivors

19th August 2014, TILDA/ESRI

A new Research Bulletin published by the ESRI and Trinity College Dublin today (Friday August 15th 2014) reports on a study which examined whether people who experienced childhood sexual abuse (CSA) suffered long-term economic consequences in terms of lower attachment to the labour market and/or lower incomes.

Good Practice in the Design of Homes and Living Spaces for People with Dementia and Sight Loss

14th August 2014, The Thomas Pocklington Trust and Stirling University

The Thomas Pocklington Trust and Stirling University have launched new insights into how to improve the independence of people with dementia and sight loss. A new set of guidelines outlining practical steps that can be taken in people's homes (private homes or care homes) was published, and a new searchable online resource also went live. Read more here.